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and robert kennedy. five gus background when they met and why there was so much hatred. >> guest: the first time they met it was fascinating. lyndon johnson is the powerful majority leader of the -- for center of joseph mccarthy and the committee. the -- how do we know what happened the first time they met? with him told me the same story. he had breakfast every morning johnson in the senate cafeteria and joe mccarthy had the round table near the cashiers' register he would sit with the staffers. johnson walks in one morning and mccarthy was there including bobby kennedy. and mccarthy jumps in deference to johnson except robert kennedy. he sits there. and johnson walks over to the table and shakes hand and sees bobby kennedy isn't getting up and johnson knows how to handle any situation like that. he stands there as it's described to me like this. and forcing robert kennedy to get up. and george reiding said there was no reason for it. two dogs come to the room and the hair rises on the back of their neck and there's a low growl. it was something chemical between the two guys. . c-span: wha
that flight or in one case just before it took off when lyndon johnson called to robert kennedy. these at the to to to have hated each other all their lives. at the time, kennedy is having lunch, he had a house in virginia called hickory hill, a big old house. then there's a long green lawn its slowed down. robert kennedy is sitting at a table with robert morgan who is jewish attorney for new york and two things happen simultaneously. all of a sudden the house is being repainted, there was a guy on the latter and all of a sudden he claps the shortwave transistor radio to his year,s down a ladder and starts to run towards us as fast as he can and at that moment the telephone rings on the table on the other side of the swimming pool and kennedy gets up and and does it and says to robert kennedy it is j. edgar hoover and hoover is telling robert kennedy that his brother had been hit and was probably killed. so on this plane johnson went into president kennedy's bedroom and made a call to robert kennedy and asks him for the details of being sworn in and the exact wording of the oath
robert kennedy did not believe the lone gunman theory behind the assassination of his older brother jfk. much more on that coming up. >>> we'll start with a look at the overnight headlines and as always we turn mr. ron claiborne for that. >> good morning, dan and bianna. we'll begin with the frightening scene in a movie theater in san diego. another shooting just six months after the tragedy in colorado but this time it was the police doing the shooting. >>> i heard two shots, and i went to the floor. >> reporter: the audience at this san diego movie theater were there to see "les miserables" but instead, an intense real-life standoff played out before their eyes. >> we all got on the floor and then started heading for the exits. >> reporter: the dramatic ordeal began at 2:10 in the afternoon at a nearby marie callender's restaurant. a man with a history of domestic violence attempted to abduct his girlfriend at gunpoint. she escaped. and called the police and then the hunt began. >> he was armed with what is described as a handgun. >> reporter: 20 minutes later half a mile away a matin
and robert kennedy, were trying to attach to the bill a constitutional amendmentle outlawing the poll tax. this was something that needed to be done, obviously. the attorney general katzenback feared the courts were going to say it's unconstitutional. you have to do it by an amendment. you can't do it this way. and so there was going to be a critical vote in which it was possible that the democratic liberals and the republican liberals were going to attach this thing on. what bothered the administration was they barely had the votes, 67 votes, to defeat a southern filibuster. and if they couldn't break the southern filibuster, there would be no legislation. so, johnson called up dr. king -- i urge all of you to get some of these tapes and listen to them. the conversations between king and johnson are absolutely priceless. and johnson said, dr. king, -- because king wanted to support this plan. he says, well, dr. king you have to make up your own mind of -- about who you want to trust, who you want to think is representing your cause, and if you believe you want to support this amendment a
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king then two months later, robert f. kennedy was shot and killed on the night he won the california primary. george watson brought us this report back in 1988. 20 years after the king assassination. >> like anybody i would like to live a long life, longevity has its place. but i'm not concerned about that now. i just want to do god's will. and he's allowed me to go up to the mountain, and i've looked over and i've seen the promise land. i mean i'll get there with you. but i want you to know tonight, that we as a people will get to the promise land. >> reporter: the preacher became the prophet. while standing in tennessee, martin luther king's words rang horribly true. a single gunshot would kill the leader. the shot came from over there. fired from a tiny room it tore into the body of the entire country. rioting broke out. blacks bellowed out theirager in a fire storm of anger and frustration. all this triggered by the murder of a man who preached that freedom would come through nonviolence. king brought nobility and hope to his cause. he meant so much. >> martin luther king dedicat
marquardt. >> reporter: in the wake of president john f. kennedy's death, his brother robert was reeling, struggling to understand how it could happen. >> there is the weapon that was used to kill the president. >> reporter: and privately rejecting the lone gunman theory of the warren commission, which he reportedly called a shoddy piece of craftsmanship. this, according to robert kennedy jr. who surprised a dallas audience last night at an event ahead of the 50th anniversary of the assassination of his uncle there. the evidence at this point is very, very convincing that it was not a lone gunman, he said. he was quote, fairly convinced. >> this was a military-style ambush from start to finish. with lyndon johnson waiting in the wing. >> reporter: the 1991 hit film "jfk" fueled and explored conspiracy theories around the evidence. >> i don't find them credible. it's been investigated. reinvestigated again and again. and no one has ever come up with entirely credible evidence. >> reporter: robert kennedy jr. also thinks his father, who was attorney general at the time, felt some guilt, be
. >>> president john f. kennedy was not assassinated by a lone gunman. at least that's what the belief of robert f. kennedy, according to his son robert kennedy junior is. speaking at a roundtable in dallas, he said that his father publicly supported the warren commission, which said it was a lone gunman. but privately, he was much more critical of that conclusion. robert f. kennedy junior said his father thought there was strong enough evidence that he asked the justice department to look into the connection between the assassination and the mafia and the c.i.a. and other organizations. but he never publicly voiced those concerns, because he thought it would take away from the civil rights fight that was gripping the country at the time. >>> it is the biggest celebration that happens once every four years. we are of course talking about the inauguration of the president. all the bands, the drill teams and the stand-ins are in the capital today, rehearsing for next week's second inauguration of barack obama barack obama. athena jones is in washington to give us a sneak preview, hello. i guess they
in the white house with john f. kennedy and he was gay and had a private life but was put in charge of robert kennedy's children when robert kennedy died. the most intimate of friendships, without interruption to the pinnacle of american power. may have had nothing to do with sex but certainly not in terms of explicitly sexual relationship. maybe there is a novelist who could come up with that scenario. i never bought the sheldon no c novick picture. >> i love what jay said yesterday that all biography is fiction. i feel the memoir is fiction because we are leased to be trusted when writing about the closest to ourselves or people closest to ourselves and a great memoirs like paul's book which is the novel, john mccain's novel, it is about the difference between truth and fact, fact and truth rather, between the truth which is in the realm of emotion and intuition and imagination and the facts, in the realm of information. if somebody were writing about my wife, as we have been saying the last couple days, even the diaries julie was talking about, i as somebody living with her try to see th
private life but he was put in charge of robert kennedy's children. when robert kennedy died. it was the most intimate of friendships without interruption to the pinnacle of american power and it may have had nothing to do -- it had everything to do with i suppose but certainly not in terms of a sexual, explicitly sexual relationship. may be there is a a novelist who could come up scenario too. i never bought this picture of holmes and james but that's another thing entirely. >> i love what jay said yesterday that all biography is fiction. i owe ioa stop the memoirs fiction. the great memoirs i think are like -- which is a novel. and john makary's novel a perfect spy and is the difference between truth and fact. the facts and the truth rather, between the truth which is in the realm of emotions and intuition and imagination in the facts which is in the realm of information. if somebody were writing let's say about my wife she would collect as we have been saying these last couple of days birthdays and histories and perhaps diaries like judy was talking about but i is somebody
. >>> was president john f. kennedy assassinated by a lone gunman? his brother, robert kennedy, didn't believe it according to his son, robert kennedy jr. he spoke at an event in dallas and said his father publicly support the warren commission, which said that lee harvey oswald act aid loan, but privately, he was more critical of that conclusion. robert f. kennedy jr. said his father thought there was enough evidence he asked the justice department for an investigation. that was between the assassination and the mafia, the cia and other organizations. but he never publicly voiced those concerns because he thought it would take away from the civil rights fight that was gripping the country at the time. >>> a lottery winner shows up dead and now the judge has i shall owned order to have his exhumed. this is a story how a simple scratch may have killed a man. far ruche kahn moved to chicago from india in the late 1980s and became an american success, eventually owning a string of dry clearance and real estate you settle into this house on the city's far northside with his wife and teenaged daugh
numbers, 659,073 americans have died fighting for their country. since robert kennedy had a bullet put in his brain and the ambassador hotel in los angeles, in 1968, 1,260,781 americans have died from firearms. 80% of all the firearms deaths, in the first world, the 22 countries in the first world, are here in the united states. that is not american exceptional is and that we can be proud of. if we cannot agree as a people to do something about that -- we did about cigarettes, thank god. and we have made progress. if we cannot do it, let's toss the whole towel in doubt. >> what happened with cigarettes is we had a deep glamorization campaign. it became uncool. we had tremendous success. smoking has been cut in half and about 50 years. it is the result of a culture. if we are talking about shootings and guns in this country, the equivalent would be the glamorization of the guns in hollywood, videogames, in the culture, and television. you would want to start with that, but nobody in power would even speak about that. the other elements are the commitment of the dangerously mentally ill,
died fighting for the country. since robert kennedy had a bullet put in his brain at the ambassador hotel in los angeles in 1968, 1,260,781 americans have died from firearms. 80% of all firearm deaths of the first world -- of the 22 countries in the first world -- are here in the united states. that is not american n exit shall listen we can be proud of. if we cannot agree as a people to do something about that -- we did it about cigarettes,hank god. if we cannot do it, then let's just toss the wle towel in now. >> would happen with cigarettes we had a de-glamorization campaign. it became uncool we had tremendous success. smoking was cut in half and about 50 years. it is the result of a cuure. we are talking abouthootings and guns in this country. the equivalent would be the glamorization of guns in hollywood, video games, in the culture, and on telelevision. so you would want to start with that but nobody in power will even speak about that. the other elements are the commitment of the dangerously mentally ill. there, the aclu and other lobbies are very strong. in those states ere
. since robert kennedy had a bullet put in his brain at the ambassador hotel in 1968, 1,260,781 americans have died from firearms. 80% of all of firearm deaths, of the 22 countries in the first world, is here in the united states. that is not american exceptional is and we can be proud of. if we cannot agree to do something about that -- we did it about cigarettes, thank god. if we cannot do it, then let's just toss the old tall in now. >> can i pick up on that? >> with cigarettes, we had a de-glamorization campaign. we had tremendous success. smoking has been cut in half in about 50 years. it is the result of a culture. if we are talking about shootings and guns in this country, the equivalent would be the glamorization of gu in hollood, videogames ome in and on television. so you would want to start with that, but nobody in power will speak about that. the other elements are on the commitment of the mentally ill. there, the aclu and other lobbies are very strong. n those law were committement levels are straight, it is different. the only way you can ever hieve anytng is the aurali didt
to car accidents. that's what happened to robert kennedy's daughter carrie last summer. she crashed into a semi. women's bodies metabolize the drug more slowly. the fda also recommends lowering the dose for men but it won't be mandatory. >>> it causes drowsiness because it acts on different brain chemicals that contribute to sleepiness in the brain. >> so if you take ambien right now they're saying you should take your current dose but talk to your doctor about the change. >>> rats, mice, no hot water, and more tonight. we target a famous hamburger chain and a doughnut shop known for its coffee. we got some scary mcnuggets, some scary stuff next to doughnuts. we got russ ptacek. >> reporter: if you think the only good rat is a dead rat, tonight we do have one good rat but we've got bad rats, too, and they are all caught on tape. >> they got closed for sanitation problems. >> okay. see ya. >> reporter: that's one drive- through customer gone at dunkin' donuts in takoma park. the health department says this dumpster is where part of the problem was. okay, yeah. take a look. at least t
that will be making you drowsy. >> reporter: the high-profile case involves robert kennedy's daughter, kerry kennedy who hit a tractor trailer at a new york highway last summer. toxicology tests showed she had a chemical found in ambient in her -- ambien in her system. >> reporter: that's why the new rule applies to them. they are also recommending lowering the doses for men, but it won't be mandatory. >> reporter: millions of americans, they take ambien and other drugs containing that drug to treat their insome knee yeah -- insomnia. >> because of the different brain chemicals that control the sleepiness of the brain. >> they released a statement saying that the individuals taking the drug should always talk to their doctor about the most appropriate dose. and that these medicine, they should not be used if individuals are unable to get the recommended 7 to 8 hours to sleep. and the fda says that patients, they should continue taking their currently prescribed dose until they could talk to their doctor. teresa garcia, cbs news, denver, colorado. >>> and now they point out that the extended release
by a lone gunman? his brother, robert kennedy, didn't think that is according to his son, robert kennedy jr., speaking at a roundtable in dallas. he says his father publicly support the warren commission, which said it was a lone gunman but privately, he was much more critical of that conclusion. robert f. kennedy jr. said his father thought there was strong enough evidence that he ask the justice department to look into a possible connection between the assassination and the mafia, the cia and other organizations. but he never publicly voiced those concerns because he thought it would take away from the civil rights fight that was gripping the country at the time. >>> and as we approach the one-month anniversary of the shooting at sandy hook elementary, the debate over gun control moves to the new congress and the white house task force that is headed by the vice president. i'm going to speak with candy crowably that gun debate in congress in just a moment. but she spoke with nra president david keen on "state of the union" today. >> there is some agreement there joe manchin, as you know,
over the years. we see the wed og of john f. kennedy and jacqueline bouvier, robert kennedy and ethel skakel and john f. kennedy and carolyn bessette. >> i'm flying to dallas to participate in that and have a conversation with two of robert kennedy's children bobby and rory. >> wow. >> a real sense of the kennedy legacy in that city. >> 50 years. >> i always like looking at the pictures. can't wait to see what you get, charlie. >>> the first portrait of the duchess of cambridge is raising eyebrows this morning. the former kate middleton and her husband, that would be prince william, of course got to see it in a private unveiling this morning in london. the artist says kate wanted to be portrayed as natural rather than her official self. one art critic calls this portrait dire. i'm thinking ouch that critic had a little cup of hater-ade. that means people that don't meat mean you well. it's a serious portrait. it's not dire. >> it's not a great portrait. >> it doesn't give her justice. >> he had a cup, too. >> it's an official portrait. >> it's hard to accurately p
remembered robert kennedy's campaign at which as a young man i was a volunteer. and the idealism that young people felt at that time. i said we really haven't seen that much since. and we ought to create something like that. if we could do that we will have accomplished something. and so you began to sense that when are you talking to these young people. but really, you know, by the end when you show up and there would be 100,000 people waiting for you, it was almost surreal. and it was -- and you could see the challenge that was associated with that. because there was so much, so many expectations and so much hope poured into that moment at a time when the country was in such-- turning into a desperate strait that the notion that you could fulfill all of that was daunting, even before the election came, we had those discussions. >> i think that, if you look at that campaign, it was a case where this campaign and this narrative that you had, didn't create but you had this narrative and you expressed it made the country feel that it was tolerant, young, optimistic. and had a future future. a
in california and robert kennedy's campaign when he was shot. martin luther king was 39, robert kennedy was 42. that's 42 years after being shot, one million, 260,000, 703 americans died from firearms, by firearms, in the total history of the united states in every war, in the revolutionary, all the-- 659,000 americans is have died, if you go back, twice as many in one fifth the time. and i think the president has the capacity and the standing at this point to make that case, that we, that this is an american exceptionalism. when we have five times, four times as many people killed in this country as in the next 21 richest countries in the world in 1 year. >> you can cite the numbers and the nra and others came out ahead of this to say, they came out minute he was done speak. and the white house says yes it's going to be hard but we think we might be able to do it. >> first it is always striking how young they were, fdr-- i mean mlk and-- but listen, i support the thing, all the laws. if i were a member of the congress i would vote for it all. but the data is very problematic for the republica
, and two months later i was working in california and robert kennedy's campaign when he was shot. martin luther king was 39 robert kennedy was 42. that's 42 years after being shot one million 260,000 703 americans died from firearms, by firearms, in the total history of the united states in every war in the revolutionary, all the-- 659,000 americans is have died, if you go back, twice as many in one fifth the time. and i think the president has the capacity and the standing at this point to make that case that we, that this is an american exceptionalism. when we have five times four times as many people killed in this country as in the next 21 richest countries in the world in 1 year. >> you can cite the numbers and the nra and others came out ahead of this to say, they came out minute he was done speak. and the white house says yes it's going to be hard but we think we might be able to do it. >> first it is always striking how young they were fdr-- i mean mlk and-- but listen, i support the thing all the laws. if i were a member of the congress i would vote for it all. but the data is v
:00 or so in the morning there are still leftover chemicals that leave you drowsy. >> reporter: robert kennedy's daughter was in an accident last year. she hit a trailer. she had a chemical that ambien has. the fda is also recommending lowering the doses for men, but it won't be mandatory. millions of americans take ambien and other drugs to treat their insomnia. it helps them fall asleep faster. it causes drowsiness because it triggers different brain chemicals that contribute to thinks in the brain. >> reporter: the makers of ambien released a statement saying individuals taking zolpidem should always talk to their doctor about the most appropriate dose. and these medicines should not be used if these individuals are not able to get the recommended seven to eight hours of sleep. the fda says patients should continue taking their currently prescribed dose until they can talk to their doctor. teresa garcia, cbs news, denver, colorado. >>> coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," an update on the early flu season. i'm terrell brown. this is the "cbs
of john f. kennedy. last night in dallas, jfk's nephew robert f. kennedy jr. spoke out about the assassination. kennedy said like his father, he questioned the warren commission report which concluded that lee harvey oswald was the lone gunman. he said he believed the evidence is very, very convincing that oswald did not act alone. >>> up next here tonight, when getting married can make a difference to others in need. >>> saturday, of course, is a popular wedding day. and tonight how a wedding can make a big difference not just to those getting married, but to folks who need help. nbc's diana alvear explains in tonight's "making a difference" report. >> reporter: after the champagne, the cake and the vows -- >> you may now kiss your bride. >> reporter: -- comes a check made out to a good cause. that's what you get when mary melfy officiates a wedding. instead of getting paid, the county clerk asks the happy couple to donate what they can to safe and hunterdon, a group that helps victims of domestic violence in new jersey. >> i love it. >> reporter: so many weddings, 150 of th
gunman, at least that was the belief of his brother, robert f. kennedy, according to robert kennedy, jr. speaking at a roundtable in dallas, kennedy said his father publicly supported the warren commission which said it was a lone gunman, but privately, his father was much more critical of the conclusion. his father thought there was strong evidence -- he asked the justice department to look into the connection between the assassination, the mafia, the cia and other organizations. the younger kennedy says his dad never publicly voiced those concerns, because he thought it would take away from the civil rights fight that was gripping the country. >>> the man practiced hail to the chief today for president obama's inauguration a week from tomorrow. >> there's the president now -- >> it was rehearsal with hundreds of band members, military personnel, media and law enforcement taking part. they used stand ins for the president and first lady. the military is getting ready to make sure everyone stays safe. >> on the morning of the inauguration the biggest move you'll see is in the pentagon s
ward late last month. >>> robert f. kennedy junior isn't convinced that lee harvey os wald acted alone in president john f. kennedy's assassination. speaking in dallas on friday night, he said his father, president kennedy's brother, believeded the investigation that looked into the shoot iing was quote a shoddy piece of work manship. rfk jr. says he, too, questions the report. robert kennedy jr. said his father was concerned enough about the warren report that he asked investigators to look into the allegations that oswald had help from the mafia, the cia. the 50th anniversary of that assassination is in november of this year. you going the see a lot of these events and a lot of, this topic is going to be percolating a lot this year. finally, the golden globes are usually known for the glitz, the glamour and occasionically, some big award upsets. always a political statement or two, but last night's program stood out for a different reason. there was a lot of politics. among the winner were the political theme. "argo," "lincoln", game change. but some from the stage. >> nominated toni
retiring congressman barney frank. joe iii is the grandson of the late robert kennedy who was assassinated while running for president in 1968. he is the first member of the kennedy family to serve in congress since patrick kennedy of rhode island retired back in 2011. >>> this year's freshman class helps make the 113th congress the most diverse in history. new members include as we just reported there, kennedy was the first openly bisexual member, a former army helicopter pilot who is also a double amputee, a record number of women, a record number of minorities, congress's first buddhist member along with a couple of entertainers and a novelist as well. let's bring in one of those new members, a newly sworn in from oklahoma's 2nd district, a small businessman, we should note. not an entertainer. good to see you, congressman. congratulations. >> thank you. thank you for having me on. >> how has your life changed in the last 48 hours? >> you know, it's something we've been working towards this whole time and so this is just another step in our life. something we've been expecting so i don'
today. but there's been no confirmation of that. >>> robert f. kennedy junior says he believes there was more than one gunman who assassinated his uncle in 1963. rfk junior also privately doubted the accuracy of the warren commission report on the death of jfk. >>> vice president joe biden is about to send his recommendations to president obama and proposals for new gun control legislation, but he used some interesting words to describe his progress saying he was "shooting for tuesday to hand it in." he went on to say "there is no silver bullet to stop the killing." >>> the white house is giving a detailed response to petitions for construction of a death star like in star wars. the tongue in cheek response entitled "this isn't the petition response you're looking for" says the administration does not support blowing up planets. also it costs too much money and could be described by one man in a spaceship. >>> and that is your morning dish of scrambled politics. now we'll look at the national weather with nbc meteorologist bill karins what is going on with the weather? >> fasci
of martin luther king and robert kennedy. 23 executive actions now signed and are called for a new law that would include universal background checks and a ban on assault weapons and high-can pa -- high-capacity ammunitions. it's a chance for all americans to come together. already, we're hearing the same old hysterical voices on the right. senator marco rubio saying the president is abusing his power. the governor of mississippi claiming the president is anti-constitutional and vowing to pass a state law overriding the white house. rush limbaugh, accusing the president of using kids as human shields. but the lowest of the low was that video put out by the nra. dragging the president's children into the debate. >> are the president's kids more important than yours? and why is he skeptble about putting armed security in our schools when his kids are prikted by armed guards at their school? >> the nra really can't understand why the president's children received protection? the white house called that video repugnant and cowardly. the nra just doesn't understand how the tragedy at sandy
of 1968 that gave him that power was passed in the wake of robert kennedy and martin luther king. and it is what gave george h.w. bush to take that executive action that he took banning some rifles. in 1989, two months after that schoolyard massacri in stockton, california. years later, president clinton followed in his footsteps. president clinton, in 1998, took executive action as president to ban the importation of more than 50 different kinds of semiautomatic assault weapons. and it was in addition to the assault weapons ban. this was further action taken by the president alone in 1998. he took executive action to ban the importation of certain kinds of guns. today, president obama became yet another modern president to use his executive authority for reform of gun-related laws. president obama did not use his authority as his predecessors did. and i mean that in this sense. none of the executive actions that president obama did today have anything to do with banning specific weapons, banning the importation of spefblg weapons the way that previous presidents did. what distin
, patriarch of the presidential family which included john f. kennedy and robert kennedy and we also examine his business and politics, which included ventures in wall street and hollywood and founding chairman of the securities and exchange commission. this is a little under an hour. >> thank you all. i am pleased to be here. >> as i tell my history students, i teach at the city university of new york. [applause] >> thank you. as i tell my history students until they want to choke me, the past as is a foreign country. we can visit their. try to learn the customs, translate the language, or quail at the fowler, but we are foreigners in this strange land. this is true as much of the recent past as it is of colonial america or 12th century venice. writing about the recent past is not easy, as i learned at this time around. there are people that you must talk to. [laughter] while i was blessed from beginning to end fascinating people to talk to about joe kennedy, including large numbers of kennedys, i much prefer working from written documents than listening to people talk and trying to figure
with more. andrea? >> good morning to you, willie. it comes from robert f. kennedy jr., president kennedy's nephew and the son of the late attorney general robert kennedy that suggests that the kennedy family was always skeptical about the conclusion that lee harvey oswald acted alone when he killed jfk. in a split second half a century ago, those shots in dallas changed the world. ever since from the official warren commission report to amateur historians, the overwhelming conclusion has been that the president was shot by one man, lee harvey oswald. now robert f. kennedy jr. has told a dallas audience that his father was deeply skeptical and thought the warren commission report was a shoddy piece of craftsmanship. >> during his lifetime robert f. kennedy went along with the idea in saying that warren commission was right in that president kennedy was killed by a lone gunman. now you have his son and namesake saying there might have been a conspiracy. that's news. >> and he agrees with his father that the evidence is very, very convincing that it was not a lone gunman. he revealed his fa
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